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    I have a couple pictures I took when I mocked up the bed wood that shows the bolts (3 on each side) that attach the bed/wood to the frame. All the bolts are in the wood holes, but only 3 are to attach the bed/wood to the frame (Z bracket, frame bolt (middle bolt) and rear crossmember end). The rear bolt attaches the bed to the wood and the second to the front bolt attaches the bed to the wood. I think you can see where each bolt goes OK. Rusty

    Pictures or any info on pickup boxes would be welcomed and highly desired on this post. Thank You.

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    Last edited by pAAt; 08-29-2017, 09:07 AM.
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